Rustic Life..

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    I'm agin it..

    Well... after 3 1/2 days of no electric power, constantly chopping wood, candlelight, frozen buns.. I'm thinking the rustic life is just not for me.. :lol:
     
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    I used to live that "rustic" lifestyle but I quickly gave it up when I found out how wonderful toilet paper was and how much fun it was to watch tv.
     
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    Yes.. rustic life is much better left to the young...:lol:
     
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    My.. my this threads gone rustic..
     
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    Did you move to Detroit?
     
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    No.. still here in California on Cobb mountain... My yard got 18 inches of snow in 4 hours. Splitting power poles, trees crashing, it was nuts.. I tell ya.. :lol:

    Of course, being me.. I put off splitting wood rounds until later.. big mistake...
     

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